Low Birth Rates May Not Be a Deciding Factor for Rural Populations
May 25, 2021 /
What rural America may be missing in births it could potentially make up for with current migration patterns.
“We don’t know yet if those moves are permanent,” she said. “We need to wait and see what happens once the pandemic is truly over. Will people need to return to the office? Or is remote work here to stay? That, I think, is yet-to-be-determined.”
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